Haglöfs

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Haglöfs was founded in 1914 in Sweden by Victor Haglöf and is today the largest supplier of outdoor equipment in Scandinavia.[citation needed] Haglöfs currently markets more than 500 products in three product areas: Hardware, Clothing and Footwear.

Haglöfs has 119 employees and is active in 19 markets through a network of its own companies and distributors. Sales for 2009 amounted to SEK 589.6 million, and the company has achieved average growth of 15.8 percent over the last five years. Haglöfs had been owned by the listed private equity company Ratos since 2001, but was sold to Asics on July 12, 2010.[1]

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  1. ^ Reuters: Japan's Asics buys Sweden's Haglofs for $128.7 mln

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